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The Rocky Mountain Collegian

The Student News Site of Colorado State University

The Rocky Mountain Collegian

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News
52nd ASCSU senate begins ratifications, elections
Piper Russell, News Reporter • May 5, 2022

The 51st senate of the Associated Students of Colorado State University held an emergency session May 4 to hear the bill “Approval of the FY23...

The northeast residential wing of Newsom Hall at Colorado State University
Las residencias universitarias ven incidentes de sesgo, daños a la propiedad

Nota del editor: Puedes leer la versión en ingles de este artículo aquí. Traducción de Michelle Rivera Garfio Los residentes...

The Student Resolution Center located on lake street is an office in which students can report harassment related incidents.
Students frustrated with CSU conflict resolution processes

In March and April, Abby Weaver experienced multiple situations in her residence hall with a fellow resident that made her feel unsafe.  A...

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CSU to replace eID with NetID this summer

Colorado State University plans to replace the current student eID system with a new system called NetID. This change is set to take place this...

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Housing prices increase, CSU hopes to provide employee homes

As housing prices increase along the Front Range, staff and faculty at Colorado State University are finding it harder to live near campus. In...

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Leibee: My heart will always be in The Collegian
Opinion
Leibee: My heart will always be in The Collegian
Katrina Leibee, Editor in Chief • May 4, 2022

Editor’s Note: Traditionally, graduating seniors working at The Collegian are given the chance to write a farewell note at the end of their...

McKissick: Goodbye, Collegian — keep on keeping on
Opinion
McKissick: Goodbye, Collegian — keep on keeping on
Nathaniel McKissick, Collegian Columnist • May 4, 2022
The Collegian put me in touch with people I'd never know otherwise and taught me valuable lessons about journalism, AP Style and sourcing. Goodbye, Collegian!
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Hear From the Experts at Business Day 2022!

    The Dean’s Student Leadership Council in conjunction with the College of Business...

Trash Talk: 2022 Denver Broncos draft profile: Nik Bonitto
Sports
Trash Talk: 2022 Denver Broncos draft profile: Nik Bonitto
Chase Hontz, Collegian Columnist • May 4, 2022

The 2022 NFL Draft certainly did not offer the same high level of intrigue for Denver Broncos fans as in years past. This is due to the fact...

Tavian Brown (55) stands between plays Oct. 9. (Ryan Schmidt | The Collegian)
Sports
Hope Nepstad: CSU's 1st female football assistant strength coach
Jack Taylor, Sports Reporter • May 4, 2022

Colorado State University football is heading into a new era for the program after hiring head coach Jay Norvell. Norvell brings with him from...

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The Fox Den: No Waste Cafe & Roastery on Laporte uses reusable mugs and has no trash cans in the seating area May 4.
Arts and Culture
The Fox Den brings a zero waste future to Fort Collins
Kadyn Thorpe, Arts and Culture Reporter • May 4, 2022
As one of the newest additions to the Fort Collins food and drink scene, The Fox Den has created a unique dining experience.
Stand up comedian Michelle Buteau performs at the Lory Student Center Grand Ballroom April 30.
Arts and Culture
Seales, Buteau bring race, sexual health, solidarity to comedy
Kota Babcock, Arts and Culture Director • May 3, 2022
On April 30, comedians Michelle Buteau and Amanda Seales graced the Lory Student Center Ballroom with stories of being high, young and in love.
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Jamie Cuchiaro discusses the difference between some of the 120 known cannabinoids in the new Cannabinoid Research Center in the Colorado State University Yates Chemistry building. The lab was a 1.5-million-dollar gift from CSU alumna Leslie Buttorff, CEO of Panacea Life Sciences. Buttorff stated, “What we want to do is find unique cannabinoids that can help people, natural remedies to get rid of big pharma medicine that people have.” Oct. 19. (Garrett Mogel | The Collegian)
Cannabis
CBD could make or break your finals anxiety
Hayden Hawley, Cannabis Director • May 4, 2022

Cannabidiol is a nonpsychoactive component of cannabis that interacts with CB1 and CB2 receptors in the human body. It’s grown into a wildly...

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Cannabis
'How High': the perfect cannabis movie for finals
Hayden Hawley, Cannabis Director • May 2, 2022
Ahead of finals, we thought it would be funny to review this movie, as it features weed and college as its main plot elements. We had no idea what we were getting into.
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FoCoMX Music Festival Back In Action This April!
April 12, 2022

Fort Collins Music eXperiment - It may sound like a weird science-themed CSU Lab band formed in a broom-closet, but in actuality...

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